Welcome to Salina Utah! A Beautiful Place to Live and Enjoy Life.
Welcome to Salina Utah. A Beautiful Place to Live Visit, and Enjoy Life.
Things to see and do around Salina Utah, Redmond Utah, Aurora Utah.
Molly's Nipple ( A rugged Mountain Peak), Fish Lake, Eyes to the Sky Balloon Festival, Black Hawk Arena, 4th of July, Miss Mary's Museum, The Old Spanish Trail, Beehive Mountain, West Mountain, Salina Canyon, ATV Jamboree, Fishing, Hunting, Outdoor Photography, Snowmobiling, Fishing, BMX, Cycling, Hiking, Fishlake Relay, Famous Celebs, Movie Making, Tech Center, Horse Trails, 5k, 10k
Scenic Views of the Arapeen OHV Trail in Utah
Riding the Utah Arapeen OHV Trail near Fairview and Mt. Pleasant, Utah. The Arapeen Trail is open to off-highway vehicles of all sizes, Jeeps, Side-by-Sides, ATV's, and dirt bikes. The Arapeen OHV Trails is named after the infamous Chief Arapeen of the 19th Century and consists of over 550 miles of trail.
The best time to ride the #ArapeenTrail is July thru September. The Arapeen Trail is perhaps one of the best high-mountain trails in the USA. Activities along the Arapeen OHV Trail include: fishing in mountain lakes, hiking mountain peaks, geocaching, wildlife viewing, and sightseeing.
The towns near the Arapeen Trail are OHV friendly, which means you can ride your machine right from your motel to the trails- no need to trailer.
To request a free #ArapeenTrailMap, visit: The map highlights various 1-day ride suggestions, as well as overnight ride recommendations. There is a ride for every style of rider from easy to difficult.
Scenic Drive up Utah's US 89 - Mt. Carmel to U-12 Time Lapse
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Enjoy this drive northbound on US 89, through Southern Utah, starting at Mt. Carmel Junction (U-9, the road into Zion National Park). The drive heads north through Hatch and Glendale, Utah, and ends at U-12, the road to Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Artist: Chris Zabriskie
Titles May Include:
I Am a Man Who Will Fight for Your Honor
Out of the Skies, Under the Earth
The Life and Death of a Certain K. Zabriskie, Patriarch
I Am Running Down the Long Hallway of Viewmont Elementary
I Am Running with Temporary Success from a Monstrous Vacuum In Pursuit
Air Hockey Saloon
Mario Bava Sleeps In a Little Later Than He Expected To.
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Road from Las Vegas to Utah (Kanab)
US Highway 89 North mile marker 24 in Utah
US Highway 89 North mile marker 24 in Utah. - BigRigSteve is an American trucker that trucks all 48 states. He has equipped his truck with LIVE Truckcams and Still-Image webcams. He keeps his Road Crew up to date by using Fully Automated GPS trip maps and other GPS related information, and Blogs on his daily experiences on the road, He uses HD Videos, Photography, and Interactive Panoramas to show America's Highways to the rest of the world. become one of the RoadCrew and visit us on To learn more about BigRigTravels, visit these links:
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Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. Kentucky - 4K UHD - Photo Slideshow
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is a living legacy of philanthropist and visionary, Isaac W. Bernheim. Born in Schmieheim, Germany on November 4, 1848, Isaac W. Bernheim immigrated to the United States in March, 1867 at the age of eighteen with only $4 in his pocket. After struggling for several years to make a living as a peddler in New York, eastern Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, he moved to Kentucky and went into the distilling business. Over the years he achieved great success with his Bernheim Brothers Distilling Company and his popular brand of bourbon, I. W. Harper.
Mr. Bernheim was grateful to the people of Kentucky for allowing him the opportunity to be successful, and he made many contributions throughout the community. His love of sculpture was manifest in several gifts to the public, including the statue of Abraham Lincoln at the Louisville Free Public Library and the statue of Thomas Jefferson in front of the Jefferson County Courthouse. He also donated the statues of Henry Clay and Ephraim McDowell which stand in the Statuary Hall in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C., representing Kentucky.
In 1929, Mr. Bernheim bought and endowed the land that would become Bernheim Forest, now over 16,000 acres. He dedicated this land as a gift to the people of his new homeland. Mr. Bernheim wanted to provide a place for the renewal and restoration of the bond between people and nature. His vision included the combination of an arboretum and natural forested areas infused with the arts, to create a unique site to experience nature. To make his vision a reality was not easy. Due to the land's previous use by the sale and iron ore industries, the landscape at the time of his purchase was heavily abused and nearly devoid of trees.
Between 1929 and 1950, workers prepared the land for its donor's intentions. As a testament to Isaac W. Bernheim's vision and perseverance, Bernheim today is home to a nationally-renowned 600-acre arboretum with over 8,000 varieties of documented trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials in the arboretum, including the celebrated Hubbuch Holly Collection with over 300 specimens.
In 1931, the Frederick Law Olmsted firm of Brookline, Massachusetts began work on a major site plan for the landscape arboretum. They created an original landscape design that was adopted by the Board of Trustees in 1935.
Following the Olmsted plan, workers built three small lakes and a road through the arboretum before any of the collections were planted. The entrance road began at State Highway 245 and led to the fire tower, a distance of 3.1 miles. Originally dirt, it was blacktopped in 1948 in preparation for the public's arrival. Bernheim’s roads now cover eleven miles. Cedar and Holly pond, as well as Mac's Lake were created in 1939. Lake Nevin, a 32-acre fishing lake near what is now the main entrance, was impounded in 1949 and named in honor of Mr. Hugh L. Nevin, President of the Board of Trustees for many years. Bernheim opened to the public in July, 1950. Over 250,000 visitors from the U.S. and abroad now visit Bernheim each year.
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May 13, 2014 Going North on highway 22, Utah
We have just left Ruby's Inn in Bryce Canyon and we are going North on John's Valley Road (highway 22).
Atona (Frank) Houtz Memorial Service
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0:00:00 - Blowing The Shofar
0:00:31 - Ken Rank Opens The Memorial Service
0:00:58 - Pastor Thomas Hall Opens With Prayer
0:02:26 - Ken Goes Over The Order Of Events
0:04:05 - Jezreel Houtz, and Kristin Kinman: Play 'Kol Nidrei' by Max Bruch on Cello and Piano
0:14:30 - Ken Rank
0:20:58 - Dan Thompson (Frank's Brother In Law) On Behalf Of Verlene Thompson (Frank's Sister)
0:32:31 - Barry Fraley
0:43:40 - Robin Dennert (Frank's Cousin)
0:51:38 - Robert Hyde
0:58:38 - Lindy Lovell Adopted Family Member
1:01:39 - Dirk Goodrich: Tells Frank Stories
1:17:12 - Daniel Botkin
1:22:04 - John Conrad
1:32:30 - Jerry Tomlinson
1:42:12 - Jerry Brown
1:57:10 - Tikvah Ott (Frank's Daughter)
2:06:28 - The Halverson Family: Sings 'The Blessed Hope' by John W. Peterson, and 'New Heaven - New Earth' by Charles Romer
2:14:20 - Joel Wilson
EasyStar: First Door County Flight
Took my EasyStar to a field near our campground in Door County Wisconsin. Stayed at Frontier Wilderness Campground for the Fourth of July and had a great time!
I had a nice relaxing flight that morning so the music I found is perfect. You can see Egg Harbor and Chambers Island in some of the footage.
Door County is a very beautiful place. I hope to fly some more up there.
Plane: Multiplex EasyStar with #11 & #16 808 keychain cameras onboard.
Music: Silver Blue Light
by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech